When they’re firing, these two are a brilliant combination for Liverpool.
And early in the second-half versus Tottenham, the Brazilian scored his tenth goal of the season – the first time in his career he’s reached double figures.
Coutinho picked the ball up around the halfway line, dribbled, played a sharp one-two with Daniel Sturridge and finished excellently with his instep past a helpless Hugo Lloris.
Our no.10’s ability to score goals inside and outside of the box make him so dangerous, and it’s the fact he provides the goods in big games which makes him all the more special.
We can’t put an acceptable value on his head now. It’d break the world-record if Barcelona or Real Madrid want him, that’s for sure.